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Former Sgt. Maj. of the Army Gene McKinney drove 95 miles an hour during a morning commute up Interstate 95 and was "angry and belligerent" when he struck a slug passenger with his car who demanded to be let out, the passenger says.
On this April Fools Day it's also Friday -- and so this prank was almost inevitable.
Trying to take back a comment is hard enough -- it's even harder if you made your inappropriate comment on Twitter or Facebook.
A man suspected in 11 bank robberies in the Washington area since 2009 is under arrest and has allegedly confessed to the crimes, WTOP has learned.
The FBI is now assisting the investigation into an explosion at a mansion in Potomac.
A January fire that killed a D.C. lobbyist was accidental and began when the woman's sport utility vehicle struck a workbench in her Southeast garage, D.C. Police say.
The brutal murder of Jayna Murray was not captured on surveillance video inside the Lululemon Athletica store in Bethesda, but detectives are combing through tapes from nearby businesses in efforts to identify the two masked suspects.
The man indicted for murdering a mother and daughter and suspected in several other killings will continue to be represented by an attorney he attempted to dismiss.
Court documents may shed some light on possible motives in the disappearance of a pregnant Ashburn woman.
Loudoun County Sheriff's investigators say they will be speaking with the military husband of a pregnant woman missing for more than a month.